Quartetto Ettore Martin: SENZAPAROLE

Samstag 11. November  2006, 16.00 h

IBA Gebäude, Saal, Obere Vorstadt 37, Aarau

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Ettore Martin  ts

Matteo Alfonso  p

Leonardo Rigo  b

Enzo Carpentieri  dr


Senzaparole ist eine Re-Interpretation im Jazzidiom der schönsten italienischen Songs der 50er und 60er Jahre, mit Eleganz  gespielt von herausragenden Musikern aus unserem südlichen Nachbarland.



is a re-interpretation in jazz idiom of some of the most beautiful Italian songs of the ‘50s and ‘60s. The choice of this type of repertoire, omitting a vocalist, was a stylistic decision which allowed us to present in a personal way these unforgettable melodic fragments which have become a part of our lives and history.


Ettore Martin

is a tenor saxophone player, composer and arranger from Vicenza (Italy). He has been on the Italian jazz scene for more than 15 years. He has recorded several CDs among which four are under his name: "Sitting Bull Dance" (95), "Soulstreets" (99), "Natural Code" (01) and “Senzaparole” (05). With his composition “Natural Code” in 1999 he won the first prize at the “International Competition of Arrangement and Composition for Jazz Orchestra” in Barga (Lucca, Italy). In his carrier he has performed in Austria, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Hong Kong and China, Indonesia, Italy, Slovenia, Switzerland and Uzbekistan.


Matteo Alfonso

is a young pianist from Venice. He got the 'Best New Talent' award at the “Baronissi Jazz 2001 Competition”.


Leonardo Rigo

is a bass player also from Venice. He has played with Eliot Zigmund and Steve Grossman.


Enzo Carpentieri

is a well known drummer in Italy and also in other countries. He has collaborated with Sal Nistico, Lee Konitz, Steve Grossman, Art Farmer, Dick Oatts and Jim Snidero.